Posted On: 09/12/20 5:00 PM

Week 3 represented the start of district play for many teams around the state, while others were forced to quarantine following COVID-19 issues.

For those that did get out there on the field, they enjoyed it even though much of the state was hit with rain throughout the night.

In one of the more shocking results of the week, Johnston upset seven-time defending champion and top-ranked Class 4A program West Des Moines Dowling.

The Maroons were coming off a victory over West Des Moines Valley, while the Dragons were 1-1. The result showed that the state’s biggest class really could be up for grabs this fall.

Cedar Falls, another contender in 4A, was stunned by Cedar Rapids Prairie, while Southeast Polk will likely ascend to No. 1 after throttling Cedar Rapids Jefferson.

Adel-ADM Clips Norwalk, 50-49

It might have looked like a basketball score, but Adel-ADM is enjoying a big win.

The Tigers overcame an early deficit to best Norwalk, 50-49.

Tate Stine-SmithTateStine-Smith6'0" | QBAdel DeSoto Minburn | 2021IA flashed his dual-threat abilities, throwing for 168 yards, running for 226 and accounting for five total touchdowns.

That helped off-set the night of Max Juergens. as the quarterback was 30-for-46 for 386 yards with six

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